Is your brand prepared to prioritize Customer Experience for a post-pandemic era? Download Rightpoint’s newest report to learn our forecasts and implications for the future.
Rightpoint surveyed senior CX executives to understand current and future strategy priorities. This report includes a multitude of insights that will shape a new understanding of where experience is heading, and what this may mean for brands moving forward in the post-pandemic era.
Download the report to view more comprehensive study results. Findings include:
- CX is Key to Vision and Goals: 63.2% of senior executives surveyed by Rightpoint said that customer experience was extremely or very important to their organization’s vision and goals in 2021. This indicates that some brands are doubling-down on the investment while nearly 40% are still reeling from negative impacts in 2020.
- The Importance of e-Commerce Will Continue Post-Pandemic: The COVID-19 vaccine does not eliminate the perceived risk of shopping in-store, and many consumers across generations are expected to continue to prefer the convenience even post vaccination.
- Brands are Focused on Resolving Customer Pain Points: Brands that spun up e-Commerce rapidly in 2020 will need to de-silo and be more thoughtful about designing for nuanced customer use cases.
- Executives See an Imbalance in Customer Data: Understanding and resolving pain points begins with understanding the moments that matter most to customers, and often the emotions that inform or result from those moments.
- Personalization is More Important Than Ever Before: After the focus on commerce in 2020, it makes sense that executives are now shifting focus on optimizing the actual content and engagement strategy onsite. Content Management Systems (CMS) are noted as the most popular technology for new CX investment in 2021.
- Today, the CCO and CXO Rule: The CMO and CTO are also no longer the standard-bearers of experience. Instead, CX responsibility now sits with the Chief Customer Officer according to 28.2% of all executive respondents, and 23.1% say it sits with the Chief Experience Officer.